Certification of trade unions and employers" organisations.
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Certification of trade unions and employers" organisations.

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Published by the Agency in Belfast .
Written in English

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SeriesOccasional paper / Labour Relations Agency -- no.3
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Open LibraryOL14135571M

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maintains a list of trade unions and is responsible for determining whether a trade union or staff association is ‘independent’. Unions which prove that they are ‘independent’ will be granted a certificate of independence by the Certification Office. Only independent trade unions can   Trade unions and employers’ associations not on the lists (scheduled bodies) As entry on the lists is voluntary, it is difficult to know precisely how many trade unions and employers’ associations exist but have not applied to be listed. At the end of this reporting period, the Certification Officer was aware of 13 trade unions and 39 In business organisations, trade unions play a significant role in directly shaping organisational effeciveness in today’s organisation. The exposure of Nigerian firms and industries to greater market pressures, a growing trend in outsourcing and the growth in a typical employment, employer sponsored forms of participation and representation   trade unions in Africa need to re-orient their operations so that workers can see the true benefits of labour collectivism and solidarity. Trade unions should thus stimulate and rekindle that spirit of union organization so as to bring workers together, modernise and provide services and benefits that reflect changing needs and

Unions and labor relations Unions And Labor Relations Trade unions are organizations to protect the interests of the working The ultimate aim of all the employers is to maximize their profits. They normally do it at the expense of the employees. In the absence of any organized labor union, employee exploitation may takes place freely within the boundaries of an ://   2. What are trade unions? Trade unions are independent, membership-based organisations of workers that represent and negotiate on behalf of working people. They give advice when their members have problems at work, represent members in discussions with employers, and help improve wages and working conditions by negotiating with employers. Unions / The unions want to negotiate the best wages and benefits for their members, and employers want to have productive employees and make a profit. These objectives are not always at odds with each other. While an employer may feel that a union is always a damper on his business, unions do bring certain advantages to a company, as well as ://   Registration of trade unions or employers' organisations Effect of registration of trade union or employers' organisation Accounting records and audits Duty to keep records Duty to provide information to registrar Changing constitution or name of registered trade unions or employers' organisations Relations Act no. 66 of as.

British Allied Trade Federation has been removed from the schedule of employers’ associations 17 September Perth and District Master Plumbers Association has been removed from the schedule The amalgamating trade unions or amalgamating employers' organisations may apply to the registrar for registration of the amalgamated trade union or amalgamated employers' organisation, even if any of the amalgamating trade unions or amalgamating employers' organisations is itself already registered, and the registrar must treat the application   e) Trade unions and employers’ organisations This section contains the registration and regulation of trade unions and employers’ organisations. f) Dispute resolution Various forums can be used to resolve disputes in an efficient and cost saving manner at the lowest possible level. The way in which disputes should be Laws in South   The Certification Officer recognises that trade unions and employers’ associations may find it difficult to comply with some of the requirements set out in the Trade Union and Labour Relations